The Neighbor was designed to meet the NHTSA specification for Neighborhood Electric Vehicles. Design and manufacture was unrelated to the Th!nk City. The Neighbor was initially offered in two models, a two-seater and a four-seater, with a two-passenger utility truck version offered near the end of production. The TH!NK Neighbor had a fixed roof over an open enclosure; a rain cover was optionally available to protect the passengers from the elements. The normal top speed was governored to 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) per NHTSA requirements, and it also had a "turf" mode that set its maximum speed at 15 miles per hour (24 km/h) for golf course use. Many options were designed for use on the golf course: it featured a bag rack, a holder for scorecards, tees, and balls, and a club washer. Additionally, there was a trunk option for the four-passenger version that could double as a cooler.

We have the largest fleet of Ford Think neighbors in the world! We have 15 that we rent . There are 3000 left around and we are certified to work on them. 

In our opinion they are the very best low speed vehicles ever made with speeds up to 35 mph and very safe to drive.

We repair these low speed vehicles at a fraction of the cost of competitors because we love ford thinks, they are fun to customize and work on.

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